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Google Maps location for South Cranbourne Veterinary Surgery

South Cranbourne Veterinary Surgery
82 Earlston Cct (Cnr South Gippsland Hwy)
Cranbourne
Victoria 3977

Phone:
03 5995 1451
Fax:
03 5995 1447

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Bernie Urolith

Bernie, a 7-year-old female desexed Labradoodle, was presented to Dr Jack for examination. Her family noticed her to be urinating lots of blood and she seemed to be having difficulty urinating. Bernie was also known to have had urinary tract infections in the past. When examined, Dr Jack could feel a solid mass in her abdomen. He felt that this was likely a bladder stone, due to its size, location and clinical history. This was confirmed with both an ultrasound and an xray of her abdomen. A single solid mass was visible in the bladder with both tests.  Bernie underwent surgery the same day and Dr Jack removed a rather large bladder stone measuring 7cm diameter. Ouch! Bernie had an uneventful recovery, going home the next day. She is feeling much better now that the stone has been removed!

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Please be advised that we will closed on the public holidays over the Christmas and New Year period.

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Christmas Hamper Giveaway

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Go in the draw to win this gorgeous hamper from Dermcare. The hamper contains shampoo, conditioner, water bowl, brush and toys for your four legged friend just in time for Christmas. Simply visit our Facebook page and 'like' and 'share' the 'Christmas Hamper Giveaway' post.

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Snowy is a two-and-a-half-year-old Golden Retriever who has been visiting the clinic for his routine care since he was an eight-week-old puppy.

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Getting a new puppy or kitten is a really exciting time for the whole family! There are so many good things and fun times to be had with pets but a new pet is also a big responsibility and commitment that lasts for 10-20 years! There are some things you need to take into consideration before adding a new member to your family:

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